The date when restrictions on air traffic and public transport services will be removed remains unknown as it depends on the epidemiological situation in the country, noted Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia earlier today.
The suspension of flights has been extended in Georgia through May 22, 2020, said the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency on April 22.
All public transport, including the metro, were suspended since May 31.
The Georgian government has presented a plan earlier today to gradually open the economy step-by-step over the next three months.
Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia has outlined six phases today designed to slowly get businesses up and running again, while also monitoring the coronavirus pandemic situation in the country.
Georgia will spend 3.5 billion ($1.10 bln/€1.02 bln) on its coronavirus anti-crisis plan, Gakharia announced earlier today.
Gakharia has also announced today how the government intends to help businesses and agriculture during the COVID-19 crisis.